At E3, gamers were impressed by the preview of Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wildlands. The first person shooter follows a line of Tom Clancy games that have been loved and hated by the community. However, Wildlands stands on its own as the largest open world that Ubisoft has ever created in a video game described as massive and dangerous.
The premise is focused on the country of Bolivia as it becomes corrupt with the spread of the Santa Blanca drug cartel's influence. War is not an option, and the most effective means of finally putting an end to the altercation is to send in a team of elite special forces. The Ghosts, as they are called, use a manner of stealth to deal their blows but aren't afraid to take on a fight head on when things go bitter.
The 'We Are Ghosts' trailer for Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wildlands is a great example of the teamwork that has been built into the game. It emphasizes the soldiers as the main protagonists in the game as they use stealth and adaptability to carry out their mission. Players can enjoy the game on their own or their friends will be able to drop in and out of the co-op easily on any of the missions.
Eric Neigher, a contributor of Xbox Wire, got his hands on the E3 demo of Ghost Recon Wildlands with a few of his friends. Through his gameplay, he was able to experience a plan that went awry and turn the tides into a more direct hit against the cartel's operations. As Neigher shared in his article,
This is a game about choice, above all: approaching its huge maps and varied missions the way you want, when you want, and with whatever you want from the huge arsenal at your disposal.
Release for Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Wildlands is set for July 3, 2017, but fans can pre-order it already on the Xbox Store for Standard, Deluxe, or Xbox Gold versions.